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Guide to International University Admission

This guide responds to the growing desire among high school counselors to broaden undergraduate college options for US students interested in studying internationally. It features country profiles and admission how-tos for 13 top and emerging destination countries; as well as supplementary chapters covering other international study alternatives and applicability of US federal financial aid.

Learn about pursuing full-degree undergraduate study in Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy (NEW), Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Korea (NEW), Spain, and the United Kingdom.

Information on supporting diverse students in education abroad, American universities abroad, US branch campuses, international dual and joint degree programs, international gap year options, short-term study abroad, and using federal aid outside the US is also included.

You can read the Guide online or download the free PDF. We’ve also created a PowerPoint presentation for you to use with your students and families.

Want information on another country? Email international@nacacnet.org for it to be considered in future editions.

To learn more about advertising in this publication, contact Emmanuel Tsogas at The YGS Group.

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